1873 Dec 31
Mary Jane OLIVER  of Cavananore & Thomas Coulter DICKIE  of Omagh, Co. Tyrone. A mortgage between John Thomas DICKIE  of Phillipstown & Mary Jane OLIVER in consideration of £400 to Mary Jane OLIVER “all that part of the lands of Clonaleenan  , Co. Louth.” 68 acres. Witness James HENRY  Clones. William GIBBON  , Dundalk.
 Mary Jane OLIVER (1821-1875) of Cavananore, daughter of Benjamin OLIVER and Elizabeth BRADFORD. She never married. She was an aunt of Sir Thomas JACKSON.
 Thomas Coulter DICKIE(1837-1908)of Omagh, Co. Tyrone. He was a lawyer practicing in Omagh and husband of Maud Katherine Elizabeth McNiece. He was the son of John Thomas DICKIE & Jane WALLACE.
 John Thomas DICKIE of Phillipstown, Co. Louth. Probably the John Thomas DICKIE (1787-1876) who was the father of Thomas Coulter DICKIE and husband of Elizabeth McCULLAGH (hence the link to the OLIVERs) and secondly of Jane WALLACE. He died at Clonaleenan.
 Clonaleenan, Co. Louth. Home of the DICKIE family.
 James HENRY Clones
 William GIBBON, Dundalk
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